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April-17-2019
Reading with children popular in Chinese families
Reading with young children is a regular practice in 68.7 percent of Chinese families with children aged from zero to eight, results of a national reading survey unveiled Tuesday have shown.
April-17-2019
Over 80 pct Chinese adults read in 2018: survey
More than 80 percent of Chinese adults read books, newspapers or magazines in 2018, with digital reading gaining more popularity, results of a national reading survey unveiled Tuesday have shown.
April-17-2019
Smaller proportion of Chinese minors read books in 2018: survey
About 80.4 percent of Chinese minors read books in 2018, 4.4 percentage points lower than in 2017, according to a report released Tuesday by the Chinese Academy of Press and Publication.
April-17-2019
About 7 pct Chinese adults read over 10 e-books each year: survey
About seven percent of Chinese adults read more than 10 e-books each year, while 11.5 percent read more than 10 print books annually, according to a national reading report released Tuesday.
April-16-2019
Over 65 pct Chinese adults call for reading festival: survey
​About 67 percent of Chinese adults from urban and rural areas call for reading festivals or other public reading activities, according to a national reading report released Tuesday.
April-16-2019
More than 60 pct Chinese prefer digital reading: survey
​More than 60 percent Chinese prefer reading on digital devices or via the Internet in 2018, according to a survey unveiled Tuesday.
April-15-2019
3 mln copies of Forbidden City-themed children's books sold
A series of Forbidden City-themed children's books titled "Monsters in the Forbidden City" has sold over three million copies.
April-12-2019
Chinese classic violin works of past century published
A collection of classic violin works of Chinese composers over the past century has been published, the People's Daily reported Thursday.
April-3-2019
Finding a new secret to success
Master author Mai Jia has dropped the spy genre entirely to focus on his vision of propelling Chinese literature to the top of the global stage.
April-3-2019
Literature exchange to deepen understanding between Malaysia, China
Literature exchange including book translation and publication into each other's languages could deepen mutual understanding between Malaysia and China, Malaysian Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching said on Tuesday.
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